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Beer & Bacon Fest Coming to Cary

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To all the women out there who are stressing over what to give your guy for Valentine’s Day, I have three words for you: bacon, beer and bacon (yes, it bears repeating.)

Of all the diverse destinations, attractions and events around Cary, N.C., there is one happening in March that you just might want to save up your Weight-Watchers points for!

On March 29, the Beer and Bacon Festival will be making its debut in Cary with an all-out, six-hour feast of pork and hops at the Koka Booth Amphitheatre. Over 2 tons of pork will be butchered, carved and cooked into culinary delights by chefs from over 15 area restaurants.

Of course, as with any tasting, the bacon fest would not be complete without something to cleanse the palate between dishes, so the Festival also includes perfect pairings of over 75 craft beers and wines. Also on display will be an official pig butchering and carving demonstration, for those who want to try it at home.

Festival founder Greg Nivens is very excited about this one. “Last year we brought the Chili Festival to Cary, which went fine, but with the Beer and Bacon Festival, we’ve already pre-sold more tickets than we totaled at the Chili Festival,” boasts Nivens.

What draws him to Cary, N.C. for these unique events? He adds, “Cary is the Silicone Valley of the South. It’s just full of cool, educated, hip and friendly people. And the Booth Amphitheatre is hands-down the best venue in the country. You just can’t beat the atmosphere there.”

A limited number of VIP tickets remain, which includes the rights to engorge on bacon and beer beginning at 12 p.m. on the VIP deck. Regular tickets include beer and wine tastings starting at 2 p.m. and music entertainment. Special admission tickets for designated drivers are also available.

A portion of the proceeds to go the Spirit of Hope Children’s Foundation. For more details and ticket information, visit www.beerandbacon.com.

 

 

 

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Under the Tuscan Sun, Under the Cary Moon

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It was 37 degrees outside last Saturday evening when we ventured through Waverly Place shopping center, making tracks to Whisk, Cary's premier kitchen supply boutique, for the unveiling of the new cookbook foodies are raving about, The Tuscan Sun Cookbook. Once inside, we basked in the radiant glow of its authors, Frances Mayes and her husband Ed, During this standing-room-only event, Frances lovingly shared her Tuscan experiences (which are in both the book & the movie!), and she invited us all to taste samplings from the cookbook, including mushroom risotto and Italian spicy sausage soup. 

I couldn't think of a more excellent way to warm the body & soul on an unusually chilly Friday night in Cary. Frances & Ed, welcome to Cary and to North Carolina! And to Diana & Daniel Sakland & family, chefs and employees, thank you SOOOO much for hosting this event in your most wonderful store!  

 

 

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Is a Homeowners Association in Cary for you?

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Homeowners Associations in Cary: To Be In or Not to Be In?

 

 

As potential Cary homeowners -- or all potential homeowncers, really -- begin narrowing their searches based on their own factors (cost, location, school zone, etc.), there is one factor many do not seriously consider until the deal is done: homeowners associations (HOA).

 

An estimated one in five Americans -- Cary homeowners not disclosed -- live in a neighborhood under HOA bylaws, and around 75 percent of them are satisfied. On the flip side, that means one in every four people are dissatisfied with their HOA for one reason or another. As with any governing entity, there are pros and cons for its existence, but it would behoove homeowners to read over the fine print and consider several important factors, for better or worse.

 

Image is Everything: Most HOAs cover lawn care and community landscape maintenance, and some even handle trash service. Not only does this relieve homeowners from the chores of cutting lawns, raking leaves and fertilizing, it keeps the entire neighborhood looking consistently kempt. In other words, you won’t worry about your pristine lawn bordering “that neighbor” whose yard resembles a film set from Apocalypse Now

 

Big Brother is Watching: While HOAs keep neighborhoods looking clean and tidy, there are volunteer watchdogs  (i.e., your neighbors) just waiting for someone to cross the line. Is your uncle from Arizona coming for a week? Chances are he will not be able to park his RV in your driveway. Do your kids want a trampoline for summer? Sorry, that may not be allowed, neither will your above-ground pool. Plan on getting a dog? Be sure to read exactly what types, colors and heights of fences are allowed. This ties in closely to #1 above – the reason HOA neighborhoods look catalog-worthy are because they adhere to rules and bylaws that make them so.

 

Pay to Play: In most neighborhoods, HOA fees go towards community activity projects, such as playgrounds, barbecue pits, swimming pools, gazebos, tennis courts and walking trails. Larger communities might have sports fields, bike trails and dog parks. Responsible HOAs send out annual budget reports showing how your fees are being spent to support these benefits.

 

Playing Referee:  While HOAs differ in structure – some have committees who meet regularly while others simply have a single chairman who handles issues on an individual basis – residents typically feel more comfortable having a referee to turn to rather than confront other residents personally. Have a problem with dog walkers leaving tracks in your front lawn? Getting annoyed with neighbors giving the swimming pool gate code to their friends and friends of their friends? With an HOA, you have a voice of authority on your side who can make a difference, sparing you from playing the neighborhood vigilante.

 

Pay Up or Ship Out: Some HOAs have the authority to put a lien on your house if you fall behind in fees, sometimes concluding in foreclosure. Yes, they take it that seriously. Even if you decide to not use the pool or choose to cut your own grass, you are responsible for the monthly fees. Failing to pay those could result in serious consequences for you and your home. Neglecting a $90 a month fee could cost you thousands in attorney fees.

 

Is buying a home in a Cary HOA neighborhood for you? It all depends on your personality and lifestyle. If you can afford the fees and like the convenience of neighborhood amenities, with the added bonus of not worrying if your neighbor’s shabby habits are bringing down your property value, then it just may be for you. However, if you are individualistic or foresee any lifestyle changes down the road, such needing a fence for a dog or having kids who might want a swing set in the backyard, then speak to a Cary real estate agent, HOA members and residents to get a real-world perspective. Just as you shop for homes, consider shopping around for HOAs. Many community websites are operated by their HOA and have their amenities and rules posted. Some HOAs may not be as strict as others, so you might find a perfect Cary neighborhood home where you can rebuild your ’64 Mustang in your driveway while your kids bike down the street to the pool.

 
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Exciting Cary, NC Home Selling Rumors

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With so many real estate myths and rumors buzzing around, it's easy to be swayed by them.  Whenever you decide to sell your Cary, Apex, Holly Springs home, it’s best to be prepared.  With proper planning, it’s always a good time to sell. 

Let's take a look at a few myths that many folks swear by:

 

Year Round Market – It is common for Cary families to move in spring and summer; just in time for kids to start the new school year.  Yet, surprisingly, some of the better odds of selling are ‘off season’.  Logically, if every family tried to sell in springtime, there’d be so much competition on the block that prices can slump. 

 

Historically, inventory is the lowest in November, December and January when most sellers expect that buyers aren’t seriously looking for a new home due to weather and holidays.  Time it right and you can be ahead of the game.  Carpe Diem!

 

Bulls Eye or Aim High – Some sellers believe that if you price your Cary, NC home high, you can leave room for negotiations.  While this may work in other areas of the country, our Cary buyers are tech savvy and know what the going prices are.  Best to capture the market up front at the targeted price.  Statistics show that overpriced homes take longer to sell and end up selling below their market value when they become ‘stale’. 

 

A Quicker Buck – When you think about improving your home, you want to maximize the return on your investment, and ideally close to 100%.  Most buyers today are looking for move-in condition homes.  That said; focus on areas that will get the most bang for your buck like kitchens, bathrooms, attics and basements.  Don’t go overboard with design.  Keep it neutral and do your research!  HGTV has been a wonderful resource to all.

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Easy Peasy Green Living in Cary, NC

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Being green isn’t just a fad anymore.  It’s a way of life; and the possibilities are endless.  Most people tend to begin the transition process at home, which is usually the easiest place to start.  The helpful folks at Brightnest have put together a list of the best green tips.  Town & Country Realty has picked our favorites to share with you!

Smell Goods – It seems like the number of people who have headaches from store-bought air fresheners seems to be growing.  No matter the variety, if it’s not the fragrance, it’s the chemicals in them that really make some people crazy.  So, what’s a homeowner to do?  We all want our homes smelling fresh and inviting, so consider making some yourself!  Using household items like vinegar, vanilla extract and homey spices really freshen up a space instead of just masking the issue; and without additives like formaldehyde.

Breathe Easy – Place some houseplants around your Cary NC, home that look nice but also improve your air quality.  Eucalyptus can help clear congestion issues while English Ivy will assist with low humidity.  Not only will you breathe better, you’ll sleep easier with Gerber daisies in your bedroom.  

Tea Time – Did you know that you can actually reuse old tea bags around the home for, well, tons of stuff?  They can be used to clean your toilet, clean mirrors and tenderize the steak you’re planning to serve for dinner.  Sprinkle dried tea leaves on your carpets before vacuuming for quick freshening that won’t clog your Hoover.

What fun and innovative ways to recycle do you currently participate in?  

 

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August in Cary

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August is packed with festivals and events in Cary, Raleigh, Apex, Holly Springs and Morrisville.  So many, in fact, that the most difficult decision you will have to make this month is which event to attend!  To give you some ideas on how to spend the last weeks of summer, your friends at Town & Country Real Estate have put together a simple list to get you going.  Enjoy!

It's the 37th Lazy Daze Arts and Crafts Festival on Saturday, August 24th in downtown Cary, NC.  With live entertainment, good food and local artisans featuring their wares, you won't want to miss out on this great day with friends and family.

The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in downtown Raleigh continues their Dinosaurs in Motion exhibit throughout the month.  Visit the world premiere and take your chance at interacting with 14 life-size metal dinosaur sculptures.  

Calling all fishermen!  Check out the Catfish Tournament in Holly Springs on Saturday, August 17th.  Participants 6 years old and older can enter the good fun and their chances at winning a prize for highest total weight.

Finally, if you want to start out the month with a bang, head over to the Family Picnic and Watermelon Festival in Cary on the 3rd.  Enjoy good, clean family fun from 8a - 12:30p but the fun won't stop there.  Later on, you can catch Sheryl Crow at the Durham Performing Arts Center or Bruce Hornsby & the Noisemakers at the N.C. Museum of Art.  

Wow, looks like you're going to be busy!

 

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Credit and its Influence on Your Home Purchase

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Your credit score.  It's either your friend or your foe.  Luckily, it is your actions that directly affect your financial record.  Many buyers are unaware of the impact their credit score has on their mortgage worthiness.  If you've just started thinking about purchasing a home in Cary, Raleigh, Apex, Holly Springs or Morrisville you'll definitely want to read on.  Below we'll examine what influences your credit score and how potential lenders view it.

Payment History:  Do you pay your bills on time each and every month?  Logically, doing so has a positive impact on your score and proves to creditors and lenders that you will likely continue to do so.  If you don't bite off more than you can chew, maintaining this pattern should be a breeze.

Debt Amount:  How much available credit do you have on those cards?  Do you rush to Best Buy to purchase the latest gadget as soon as you have room on your card?  Do you max out your Old Navy card with a new wardrobe each season? Keep your balances low, preferably within 30% or more of your limit and your score will reflect your ability to maintain control of your debts.

Length of Credit History:  Having a long, good credit history with creditors only speaks to your responsibility.  Someone with little or no credit history is much more of a financial risk.

Credit Diversity:  Having a varied credit history of cards and loans will also paint a picture of a well-rounded individual with a healthy score.

Inquires:  If you hit up the mall and apply at every store and kiosk for credit, those inquiries will each impact your score negatively.  The same applies when searching for a new vehicle.  Shop around before letting different automakers run your credit.  Your score will thank you in the long run.

Before you speak with your Cary, NC real estate professional, spend a little time checking your credit and paying balance down as you can.  Not only will this save you money, it will also help you afford the Cary, NC home of your dreams!

 

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Opening Your House in Cary, NC

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Congratulations, you’ve decided to sell your Cary, NC home.  While your Wake County real estate professional will take over the legwork from here, there is one thing you need to consider.  Will you or won’t you have an open house?  For some homeowners, the answer is a no brainer.  While other Cary, Raleigh, Apex, Holly Springs and Morrisville sellers need to review the pros and cons.  As Town & Country Realty is always available to assist with your buying and selling needs, we’d like to take this opportunity to explore the benefits of this marketing tool.

 

Simple Advertising: Open House signage and ads in local newspapers can draw prospective buyers within the community who may otherwise not have noticed or scheduled a showing with a Realtor.  In fact, some of these buyers may not even have a Realtor yet, but are very much in the market to purchase.

 

Convenient Preparation: Selling your Cary, NC home can be stressful.  Always having your home clean and ready for prospective buyers is time consuming and can be frustrating.  When you decide to host an open house, you have an opportunity to decide when and how to showcase your home and in the best possible light. 

 

Timing is Everything: The most convenient time for buyers to check out the local real estate market is during the weekend.  Realtors may suggest homes of interest to buyers who can maximize their time searching by touring open houses that don’t require a prearranged appointment.

 

We hope these considerations will help you view open houses as the excellent marketing tool that they are.  If you happen to have additional questions or would like to discuss how Town & Country Realty is able to help sell your Cary, NC home, please do not hesitate to ask!

 


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Saving Money on Your Summer Energy Bills in Cary, NC

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With highs in the upper 80’s this month and throughout summer, the dread of opening the mailbox to find those Cary, NC energy bills can leave a pang in your belly.    Beyond understanding your Cary, NC real estate needs, the Town & Country Realty team also understands the importance of money saving tips throughout the year as they pertain to your home.  The folks at BrightNest were thoughtful enough to compile a list of ways to save in the summer heat.  We’ve summarized them for you here:

 

Curtain Call – While we’re not suggesting you live like a hermit, a ridiculously simple and effective way to keep out the heat this season is to draw your drapes and close those blinds.  Let the sunshine in during the cooler morning and evening hours when you’re a/c unit isn’t working double duty to keep you comfortable.  And, if you work outside of the home, this time of day is often when you are away anyway!

 

Fan It Out – Ceiling fans are fantastic.  Many buyers include them on must-have lists when house hunting in Cary, NC.  So, if you have them, put them to work.  If you set your fan to a counter-clockwise direction during warmer months you are actually increasing the cool air in your home.  Likewise, the fans can be helpful in the winter by forcing that warm air down if you set the fan in a clockwise position.

 

Clean the Machine – You clean out your car when it’s dirty.  Do your air conditioner a favor and clean that puppy out too.  It’s been sitting outside all winter and needs a little love before you kick it in high gear.  Enough said!

 

Don’t Duck the Ducts – If you have rooms in your Cary, NC home that are cooler than some, you may have leaky ductwork.  Not only is this a waste of nice cool air, it can also account for 25% of your energy bill.  If this sounds like you, call a local professional to do the dirty work for you.  Clean and sealed ducts make for happy homeowners.

 

We hope you’ve been reading these tips from the comfort of your air-conditioned Cary, NC home.  We wish you a relaxing and comfortable summer; hopefully saving a few dollars here and there as well!

 

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Retiring in Cary, NC

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A chapter is ending.  You are preparing for retirement and your life’s focus is changing.  Gone are the days of child rearing, parent teacher conferences and little league.  The next phase of your life in Cary, NC is all about you. 

It’s been a long time since you focused on yourself.  As you examine the life you’ve created, it may be time to downsize and explore the finer, simpler things in life.  Perhaps you are looking forward to travelling, spending time with grandchildren and new hobbies.  For many retirees a common thought is purchasing that forever home; and your friends at Town & Country Realty are prepared to help you with every aspect of your Cary, NC real estate needs.

You been around the block a few times and are familiar with the home buying process.  You may not need or desire the hand holding a first-timer requires because you know what you want and need for the future.  Perhaps you are ready to trash the lawn mower and move to a low or even maintenance-free community.  There are many options for you to choose from in the Cary, NC real estate market and surrounding areas. 

From townhomes to single-family homes, options abound in the community of Heritage Wake Forest.  With community parks, swimming pools and walking trails, the low-maintenance homes of Highland Creek Commons in Raleigh may be better suited to your lifestyle.  Del Webb offers retirement living with eight ranch style homes at Carolina Preserve at Amberly.  With five floorplans and many amenities to offer, this carefree lifestyle could be just the ticket. 

Whatever your needs are as you approach retirement, know that you can do so with ease and anticipation because Town & Country Realty is available to assist in whatever ways you desire.  Congratulations on reaching this milestone in your life – You’ve worked hard for it!

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Staging Options in Wake County, NC

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If you need to sell your Raleigh home quickly, staging is an option that can yield excellent results.  While this can be a difficult process for homeowners, it is important to depersonalize your home so that prospective buyers can imagine themselves in the same space.  Some professional staging companies can be costly, however there are other options for sellers looking to get the job done.

If you’ve already tidied up and put a fresh coat of paint on the walls, you can go the extra mile and attempt to ‘stage’ your home yourself with a few simple steps.  A good place to start is by removing and packing away your precious bobble head collection.  Replacing family pictures and sports trophies with simple artwork is also a great idea.  Declutter as much as possible and even remove furniture if necessary to make rooms appear larger.  Eventually, you will have created an opportunity for buyers to view your home objectively and with their imagination.

On occasion, it may be necessary to purchase and move into your new Cary home before your current house sells.  If this is the case hiring a home stager is certainly an option.  However, the newest trend in staging is ‘popup furniture’.  Companies like NextStage Furniture and inFormed Space have created prop furniture made or cardboard and polypropylene that can be assembled and even dressed with slipcovers.  While the ‘furniture’ may not have much function, the cost is reasonable and the result just might be a higher return on your investment.

Finally, if you are scratching your head wondering if this might be the route for you, never hesitate to check with your Town & Country Realty Team.  Whether buying or selling, the advice you receive from your Wake County real estate agent will be in your best interest!

 

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Love Living Life in Wake County, NC

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We all know that Wake County, NC is one of the best places to live in America.  As seasons go, summer is one in which we shine.  Here, we’d like to celebrate why our great community is the place to be.  Who needs Disney when you’ve got Raleigh, right?!?  The summer in North Carolina is sizzling with festivals and community gatherings.  Your friends at Town and Country Realty have put together a list of can’t miss events.  So, what are you waiting for?  Check these out:

 

With Independence Day around the corner, you won’t want to miss the 21st Annual Firecracker Ride in Cary on July 4th at 10:00a.  This year, over 900 cyclists will gather to celebrate our great nation’s birthday.  The after party is always a great way to end the day with friends, food and drinks at the buffet.

 

If you’d rather take a step back in time, you may choose to visit the Joel Lane Museum House for its 23rd Annual Independence Day Open House and FREE event.  Re-enactors will demonstrate what life was like in the good ol’ days and offer activities to join in on the colonial fun.

 

After the holiday passes and you’re ready to relax, you’ll want to get tickets for the 2nd Annual Wake County Pirate Club Cornhole Tournament on July 20th outside the High Park Bar & Grill in Raleigh.  This family friendly event offers players a chance to compete for prizes or a chance for those not feeling the competition to cheer on their neighbors.  Everyone is welcome to participate in the fun and festivities!

 

What other events to you look forward to during Raleigh’s summer?  We’d love to hear about them!  With so much to do in our own backyard, Wake County is the place to be!

 

 

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Win a FREE Dinner for Two! Plus, November 2012 Triangle Real Estate Market Update

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Happy Holidays!  

We want to give something to YOU.  

Would you like a holiday break and the chance to win a FREE DINNER FOR TWO to Carrabba's Italian Grill?   

It’s as easy as this (no standing in long lines!):

(1) Visit us on Facebook at  http://www.facebook.com/townandcountryrealty  and "Like" Town & Country Realty, Inc.

(2) Find our contest post (pinned to the top of our page) and leave a comment telling us about your favorite holiday tradition.

(3) We will use a random number generator to select and announce the winner on December 21, 2012.  

BTW, there is good news about the Triangle Real Estate Market!  That's right, the market has continued to show signs of improvement.  In fact, the increase in the number of showings (up 15.5% from Nov 2011) and an increase in the number of ‘pending’ homes (up 21% from Nov 2011) indicate that our area should see a strong closing market in December and into January! Click here to watch a video summary of the report.Click here to view the full .pdf report.

Thinking about buying a home?  Interest rates are at historical lows which increases your buying power so NOW is the time to buy too!

Would you like to know your home’s value?  Are you interested in moving up or downsizing?   Call me at (919) 614-9100 or visit www.MikesRealEstateTeam.com .

Best Wishes for Happy Holidays!

Make it a Great Day!

Mike

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Welcome to the Town & Country Real Estate Blog.

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Welcome to our new website and our new blog.

To view any of our previous blogs, please click here.

Check back often.

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